3 edition of By His Excellency William Livingston, Esquire ... A proclamation. found in the catalog.
By His Excellency William Livingston, Esquire ... A proclamation.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 43306.|
|Contributions||Livingston, William, 1723-1790.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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[William Livingston], An Address to His Excellency Sir Charles Hardy (New York, ) When Sir Charles Hardy assumed the governorship of New York in , William Livingston, a young man who had already gained a reputation as an effective political commentator, greeted him with this pamphlet. Livingston’s ostensible intention was to present Hardy with “a general account of our. Washington and the French Allies had abandoned the plans to attack New York and were headed south to engage General Cornwallis who had been battling his way north through the Carolinas and into southern French troops made a striking display to the citizens as they marched through Philadelphia on the 2nd of September The troops were reviewed by President McKean, who on .
Esquire.” A native of Albany, New York and a Yale-educated lawyer, Livingston had been behind a rabble rousing publication in New York, The Independent Reflector,that took on the city’s Anglican elite. He became a Jersian in , when he moved to an estate in Elizabethtown, New Jersey (Liberty Hall still stands and is a museum) and then File Size: KB. When an exigent was awarded, a writ of proclamation issued, at the same time, commanding the sheriff of the county wherein the defendant dwelt to make three proclamations thereof in places the most notorious, and most likely to come to his knowledge, a month before the outlawry should take place. 3 Bl. Comm. Proclamation of a fine.
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By His Excellency William Livingston, Esquire proclamation. Whereas some of the justices of the peace of this state have been too remiss in discharging the duty required of them I have therefore thought fit to issue this proclamation, hereby strictly charging and commanding all justices of the peace within the same, to carry the.
Get this from a library. By His Excellency William Livingston, Esquire Proclamation: to recommend the said twenty-sixth day of November next, to be set apart and observed as a day of publick thanksgiving and prayer Given under my hand and seal at arms, in Perth-Amboy, the twenty-eighth day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine.
Get this from a library. By His Excellency William Livingston, Esquire A proclamation: Whereas by a certain act of the Council and General Assembly of this state, intitled, an Act for rendering more effectual two certain acts therein mentioned, passed the fourth day of June last Given under my hand and seal at Morris-Town the fourteenth day of August in the year of our Lord one.
By His Excellency William Shirley, Esq; A proclamation.: Whereas the several governments of the Massachusetts-Bay, New-Hampshire, Connecticut and Rhode-Island, being apprehensive of the great danger to which his majesty's colonies are exposed by the encroachments made by the French on his majesty's lands upon this continent.
Looking for something more in depth, I am now reading "Washington, a Life" by Chernow. This is a more detailed look, but I might not have read it without starting on "His Excellency, George Washington." This book is an excellent place to start and an easy read.
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Raymond S. Wilkins, form Chief Justice of the Mass. Supreme Court who evidently compost the proclamation. See the presentation inscription at the top in the hand of Gov. Saltonstall, "To Ray - a good draftsman as well as a good lawyer and loyal friend." The.
The local newspaper editors, who had been wary of publishing the rioters’ words, were delighted to publish them once the governor himself had printed them in his own official proclamation. This document, therefore, illustrates both ends of the news-media continuum in Boston in the official, top-down flow of news from the government as.
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Nov. Imprimatur Gilbert Mabbot. William Livingston, who represented New Jersey at the Constitutional Convention, was one of the new nation's authentic renaissance figures. An accomplished man of letters, linguist, agronomist, and charter member of the American Philosophical Society, he was also a notable man of action, as attorney, soldier, and state governor.
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By His Excellency William Shirley, Esq; A proclamation. Whereas the soldiers, hereafter named and described, belonging to the regiment under the command of the Honourable Lieutenant-General Philipps, on the night following the 23d.
day of April instant, deserted from the hospital upon the common in. A Biography of William Livingston Livingston was born in at Albany, NY. His maternal grandmother reared him until he and he then spent a year with a missionary among the Mohawk Indians. He attended Yale and graduated in APA citation style: New Hampshire.
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By His Excellency, Caleb Strong, governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, a proclamation, for a day of public fasting, humiliation and prayer [microform] Russell and Cutler [Boston] Australian/Harvard Citation. William Livingston was a Dutch American through his mother’s side.
His mother was Catherine Van Brugh, the daughter of Albany, New York mayor Pieter Van Brugh. William was also a brother of Philip Livingston, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence in William Livingston was born in Albany, New York on Novem William Smith, Mr.
Smith’s Opinion Humbly Offered to the General Assembly of the Colony of New-York (New York, ) William Cosby arrived in New York to assume the governorship in August from Rip Van Dam, who as president of the Council had assumed the administration of the colony upon the death of Governor John Montgomerie in Cosby and Van Dam quickly got into a legal.
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